These are the seven best movies on TV tonight

By Rory Cashin

January 26, 2021 at 12:30pm

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These are the seven best movies on TV tonight

One of tonight's highlights is arguably the best Barry Keoghan movie you probably haven't seen.

A very decent mix of genres on tonight - from action to crime thrillers to dramas - so there's a good chance you'll enjoy at least one of these!

Snow White & The Huntsman - FilmFour - 6.35pm

Kristen Stewart, Chris Hemsworth, and Charlize Theron star in this gritty, Game Of Thrones-ifed re-telling of the classic fairy tale, complete with huge war scenes and dark magic.

Transformers - Sky One - 9pm

Shai LaBeouf and Megan Fox are the front-and-centre humans who find themselves in the middle of an intergalactic war between the goodie robots who can turn into cars, and the baddie robots who can turn into cars.

American Animals - FilmFour - 9pm

A fantastic based-on-a-true-story darkly comedic crime drama sees Barry Keoghan as one of four students who decide to rob a priceless book from their college library.

Delivery Man - Comedy Central Extra - 9pm

Somewhat based on a true story, Vince Vaughn is the ageing slacker who discovers that the sperm bank he donated to accidentally gave his donation to hundreds of women, resulting in over 500 children he is now the biological father to.

Breakdown - TCM - 9pm

Kurt Russell and his wife are on a road trip, but when their car breaks down (there's the title!), a helpful trucker offers to take her to the next town. When she never returns and trucker later claims to have never met Kurt before, he must try to uncover what has really happened to her.

Layer Cake - FilmFour - 11.20pm

The first of your one-two punch of Daniel Craig drams tonight sees him at the centre of this glossy crime tale, with an incredible stacked cast - Colm Meaney, Tom Hardy, Sienna Miller, Michael Gambon, Ben Whishaw, Sally Hawkins, Dexter Fletcher - and a brilliantly told story.

Enduring Love - FilmFour - 1.30am

And you can follow that up with this psychological thriller, in which Rhys Ifans becomes dangerously obsessed with Daniel Craig after they both witness a horrific accident.

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